“Several recent investigations have indicated that vitamin A treatment of children with measles in developing countries has been associated with reductions in morbidity and mortality. The World Health Organization (WHO) and the United Nations International Children’s Emergency Fund (UNICEF) issued a joint statement recommending that vitamin A be administered to all children diagnosed with measles in communities where vitamin A deficiency (serum vitamin A <10 µg/dL) is a recognized problem and where mortality related to measles is ≥1%. The recommended regimen is 100 000 IU by mouth at the time of diagnosis for infants younger than 12 months of age, and 200 000 IU for older children.”
Vitamin A Treatment of Measles
Let’s move on to vitamin A in the treatment of measles and the prevention of severe cases of measles. Lets start as well with some background on the lack of major media attention to this actually important issue of vitamin A in the treatment of measles. In fact vitamin A is much more important than the dangerous MMR vaccination. Vitamin C is also anti-viral. If you combined vitamin A with highly absorbable liposomic encapsulated vitamin C you could likely avoid any chance of getting severe measles and with any resulting complications. Then you as well will have immune system beneficial life time immunity. No vaccine can do that. See as well the vitamin C pages here on this site.
The list of adverse reactions to the MMR vaccine, straight from Merck’s vaccine package inserts, is long and alarming. A shortened version of the vaccine damage associated with the MMR vaccine includes vomiting, diarrhea, anaphylaxis, ear pain, nerve deafness, diabetes, arthritis, myalgia, encephalitis, febrile seizures, pneumonia, and death. [1, 2]
“In some cases, the vaccine has caused the very diseases it is supposed to prevent … in the United States: over 75,000 adverse events have been reported from any combination of measles, mumps, and rubella vaccines”
A search of the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS) database shows the following statistics from the United States: over 75,000 adverse events have been reported from any combination of measles, mumps, and rubella vaccines, including, most notably:
And finally, in some cases, the vaccine has caused the very diseases it is supposed to prevent, with the following data reported to VAERS:
The number of adverse events following vaccination are vastly underreported, as acknowledged by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). The National Vaccine Information Center estimates that less than one to ten percent of adverse reactions to vaccines are reported. Many of the numbers reported above could therefore be multiplied by one hundred to determine a more accurate amount of adverse reactions. [4, 5]
The following video is the heartbreaking story of one family’s nightmare with an adverse vaccine reaction resulting in Autism.
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